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DUAL MEET WITH AMHERST

Gymnastic Teams to Compete in Hemenway Gymnasium Tonight at 8.15.

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The University gymnastic team will hold a dual meet with Amherst in the Hemenway Gymnasium, this evening at 8.15 o'clock. Admission will be 35 cents instead of 50, as announced on the posters. The following men have been entered in the different events:

Horizontal bar.--Harvard: W.W. Clarke '11, H.V. Coryell '11, C. Mashima '12; Amherst: Cushman, Wakelee, Whitten.

Side horse.--Harvard: E.N. Cleaves '11, H.V. Coryell '11, J.R. Morton '13, J.S. Hutchinson '13 and L.F. Kornfeld '12, alternates; Amherst: Caldwell, Proctor, Whitten.

Parallel bars.--Harvard: H.V. Coryell '11, N.S. Stern '12, R.B. Whitelaw '11, L.F. Kornfeld '12 and J.R. Morton '13, alternates; Amherst: Bristol, Whitten.

Flying rings.--Harvard: C. Mashima '12, N.S. Stern '12, R.B. Whitelaw '11; Amherst: Whitten.

Indian clubs.--Harvard: H.V. Coryell '11, J.S. Hutchinson '13, R.V. Moody '11.

Tumbling.--Harvard: W.W. Clarke '11, E.N. Cleaves '11, H.V. Coryell '11; Amherst: Hubbard, Marsh, Wakelee.

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